Comerica hit with child support debit card fraud lawsuit

By Sarah Jarvis (May 27, 2022, 6:12 p.m. EDT) – A Pennsylvania woman has filed a proposed class action lawsuit against Mastercard, Comerica and a company that administers a child support debit card program in the state, alleging that she was left vulnerable to fraud and could not block fraudulent foreign charges appearing on her account.

Marcia A. Ray alleged in a lawsuit — filed Tuesday and made public Thursday — that she received an “EPPICard” debit Mastercard from Comerica under a contract between business process outsourcing firm Conduent Inc. and the Pennsylvania Department of Human Resources for collecting, processing, and paying child support. The card allows parents to make cash withdrawals…

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